Beachcomber Le Victoria Hotel
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... day at a function I decided to wander around and carry out one of the tasks I've yet to do, which was to climb the Signal mountain in Port Louis. It's easier than it sounds as it's a 3km paved Road to the top but on a 30 degree day it was hell. Loads of people regularly climb it as part of their health routines and it offered one of the best views in Mauritius. ...
... discussed their forthcoming trip to Madagascar and we admired his collection of Chinese porcelain which reminded us of our dining room in Wales. After tea a quick dash up the road to prepare the BBQ for Kamil and his girls who were coming for dinner. Just enough time for a rum punch to accompany the ...
... which was served on a bed of fresh vegetables and fruit. Mmmmm quite delicious and the portion wasn't large so I found room for a delicious fresh pineapple and coconut dessert. I had not heard of Drum fish before but talking of drums, as we walked along the beachside for an after dinner drink we heard the sound of drums coming from the darkness out to sea, a small boat with men carrying flame torches and chanting were coming ashore, at the same time girls in ...
... yellow bells, and marigolds, lay amongst what looked like large lime
A lady in bright purple sari picked up
several pieces of the lime leafs, the flowers, and a half-opened
coconut, and then arranged them neatly on a tray. She then proceeded
to enter what looked like an altar heavily decorated with long
strands of marigolds and yellow bells. I followed her with my camera
in tow. Another holy priest started his blessings ...
... Island is 1.2million predominatly Hindu with Christian, Muslim and Chinese making up the balance. Because Tourism is such a dominant industry most people speak at least 3 languages – English, French and Creole as the home Language. Long Beach hotel employes 500 permanent staff and the ratio of staff to guests is 1:1 which explains why combined with the kind nature ...